The best thing about our couples sessions were it eventually got us talking - not always in a good, constructive way, but we're talking now. But we just didn't feel valued, or heard or understood. He repeatedly said he was 'ignorant' of a lot of the details in our lives, and that's fine at first. but after a dozen or 20 sessions it wears thin and comes across as disingenuous.
We could probably benefit from more counseling, but after this we're hesitant to go out there and risk a bad experience again. Ugh. Bleh.
Not worth the time and $. We spent way too much time and money in counseling there; should have bailed-out earlier than we did. It's more of a he-said/she-said atmosphere and very little progress gets made. Buy a few good books instead, and make an effort to read and work through them together - you will get further. Try any of the books by the Gottmans, for example.
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